Total HIP Replacement

Publish Date: June 5, 2014

THR following Surgically Intervened Fracture acetabulum with Implant in situ.

45 years old gentleman operated case of fracture acetabulum with ORIF with plating done in 2008. Patient now presented with pain around left hip and difficulty in walking.
On examination patient had grossly decreased movement at left hip. Radiographically suggestive of secondary osteoarthritis left hip with implant in situ.
Now he has undergone uncemented Total Hip Replacement. Intraoperatively plate was visible intraarticularly, so one plate was cut and partially removed. Now patient has been discharged and walking comfortably and painfree.